Thanks For Reading

2 07 2016


Guess who has been saying that the Ferguson Effect exists but not in the way you think it does?  That it’s a matter of suddenly agitated blacks acting ookier than usual far more than it is the cops having cold feet?  As police saturation has no effect on violent crime.

Yeah, me, you’re ever-lovin’ blogmeister.

It should be noted that the Ferguson Effect was before Ferguson called the Cincinnati Effect, because it was noticed that for two years after that city’s 2001 riots, black crime was higher than usual, then went back down to its pre-riot norm.

And now I have some quality corroboration.




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